The Young Choir: adapted to the use of juvenile sing schools, Sabbath schools, primary classes, etc

Editor: William B. Bradbury, Charles W. Sanders
Publisher: Mark H. Newman, New York, 1841
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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27Come and join our singingPage Scan
28'Tis a lesson you should heedPage Scan
30Wake the song of JubileePage Scan
31Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
32Assembled in our school once morePage Scan
33Almighty Maker, God, How wondrous is thy name!Page Scan
34Go, when the morning shinethPage Scan
35To Thee, O blessed SaviorPage Scan
36Welcome, sweet day of restPage Scan
37There's not a tint that paints the rosePage Scan
38Lord, thou hast search'd, and seen me thro'Page Scan
39Lord, in the morning thou shalt hearPage Scan
40The rosy light is dawningPage Scan
41To thee we raise our voicesPage Scan
42I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
43Come, let us join, our Lord to praisePage Scan
44Jesus, my all, to heav'n is gonePage Scan
45Descend from heaven, immortal DovePage Scan
46Pleasing spring again is here!Page Scan
47Nature, with all her pow'rs, shall singPage Scan
48We come, we come, with loud acclaimPage Scan
50Proclaim hosannas loud and clearPage Scan
52Thy works proclaim thy glory, LordPage Scan
53Hail, thou once despised Jesus!Page Scan
54Behold the morning sunPage Scan
55The blessed Bible now engagesPage Scan
56One there is above all othersPage Scan
57Think, O ye, who fondly languishPage Scan
58Ye hearts, with youthful vigor warmPage Scan
59Come, let us join our cheerful songsPage Scan
60Yes, I will extol thee, Lord of life and lightPage Scan
61Why should I gaze with frowning eyePage Scan
62When verdure robes the fertile valePage Scan
63How shall the young secure their heartsPage Scan
64My Bible! 'tis a book divinePage Scan
65Onward, onward, swift the river fliesPage Scan
66Did Christ o'er sinners weepPage Scan
67Life is a span--a fleeting hourPage Scan
68Is this the kind return?Page Scan
69A mourning class, a vacant seatA MOURNING CLASSPage Scan
70Come away to the skies, My beloved, arisePage Scan
72Come, let us anew, Our journey pursue[Come, let us anew, Our journey pursue]Page Scan
73Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingPage Scan
74The Lord my Shepherd is, I shall be well suppliedPage Scan
75aOh, blest art thou, whose steps may rovePage Scan
75bHow sweetly on yon tranquil streamPage Scan
76Mary to the Savior's tombPage Scan
77Sister, thou wast mild and lovelyPage Scan
78Another six days' work is donePage Scan
79In cold misfortune's cheerless dayPage Scan
80From Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
82Happy angels! still ye dwellPage Scan
83aFrom all that dwell below the skiesPage Scan
83bPraise God from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
83cTo God the Father, God the SonPage Scan
84What's this that steals, that steals upon my frame?Page Scan
86Rejoice, rejoice, The summer months are comingPage Scan
90Array'd in robes of morningPage Scan
91How I love to see theePage Scan
92Little vale, with fairy meadowsPage Scan
93Hark! what mean those holy voicesPage Scan
94aSee the Northern Light!Page Scan
94bTo Thee, our Father and our FriendPage Scan
96The rose that all are praisingPage Scan
98O Pilot, 'tis a fearful nightPage Scan
100Hark! ye neighbors, and hear me tellPage Scan
102The earth is beautifulPage Scan
103Of late so brightly glowing, Lovely rosePage Scan
104Before all lands in east or westPage Scan
106Faintly as tolls the evening chimePage Scan
108Up the hills on a bright sunny mornPage Scan
109I heard a sigh, a mournful sighPage Scan
110I'll away, I'll away, like a pleasant boyPage Scan
112Our cot was shelter'd in a woodPage Scan
115My Sister dear, o'er this rude cheekPage Scan
116I've been sitting by the hill sidePage Scan
118Oh! had I wings like a dove, I would flyPage Scan
120O swiftly glides the bonny boatPage Scan
122What fairy like music steals over the seaPage Scan
124Flowers, wild wood flowers!Page Scan
126Bright be our parting where, brightly we've metPage Scan
130Spring, where are you waiting nowPage Scan
131Little Robin, welcome herePage Scan
132'Tis June, 'tis merry smiling JunePage Scan
133Our youthful hearts with Temp'rance burnPage Scan
134Will you come to the spring that is sparkling and lightPage Scan
135With banner and with badge we comePage Scan
136Friends of Freedom! swell the songPage Scan
138Oft in the stilly nightPage Scan
139This day to greet, with joy we meetPage Scan
140Come, let songs of joy and gladnessPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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